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The happily-ever-after endings of Disney movies may matter more than we thought.

A recent study from Duke University looked at the highest-grossing children’s movies and determined that they sanitize poverty and inequality by making them seem like no big deal.

Think dwarves happy to labor in the mines, cheery chimney sweeps, and a host of other poor and working-class characters who never worry about food, shelter, employment or health care.

Dr. Susan Linn

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